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Manual for Jeep KNG36-JXLWBC AM/FM Weatherband Flashlight Lantern

I am looking for the subject manual specifically to find out how to work the Mode-Set-Light function.

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I just posted a copy of the manual in pdf format on this web site however I have no idea how you would access it.

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